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Also Known As: Jane Roermer Died: May 4, 2009
Born: October 30, 1915 Cause of Death: Complications from surgery on a broken hip
Birth Place: Youngstown, Ohio, USA Profession: actor

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Elsie Randolph was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1938, she appeared in "Tea for Two" on London's West End. In 1933, she reprised the role of Joy Dean for the film adaptation of "That's a Good Girl," after playing the role on the West End. Randolph began her career with a role in "Rich and Strange" (1932) with Henry Kendall. Randolph made film her next project, appearing in the Jon Finch thriller "Frenzy" (1971). Later in her career, Randolph acted in the sci-fi fantasy "The Quatermass Conclusion" (1979) with John Mills. Randolph passed away in October 1982 at the age of 78.

Elsie Randolph was an actress who had a successful Hollywood career. In 1938, she appeared in "Tea for Two" on London's West End. In 1933, she reprised the role of Joy Dean for the film adaptation of "That's a Good Girl," after playing the role on the West End. Randolph began her career with a role in "Rich and Strange" (1932) with Henry Kendall. Randolph made film her next project, appearing in the Jon Finch thriller "Frenzy" (1971). Later in her career, Randolph acted in the sci-fi fantasy "The Quatermass Conclusion" (1979) with John Mills. Randolph passed away in October 1982 at the age of 78.

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CAST: (feature film)

2.
 T-Men (1948) Diana Simpson
3.
 Open Secret (1948) Nancy Lester
4.
 Railroaded! (1947) Clara Calhoun
5.
 Fool's Gold (1947) Jessie [Dixon]
6.
 In Fast Company (1946) Marian McCormick
7.
 Jealousy (1945) Janet Urban
8.
 A Sporting Chance (1945) Pamela Herrick
9.
 The Curse of the Cat People (1944) Alice Reed
10.
 In the Meantime, Darling (1944) Jerry Armstrong
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husband:
Jaime del Amo. Spanish; married in the late 1940s.

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